We launched what will go down in history as one of the organizations across the globe that has the welfare of women and girls at heart and strives for nothing but excellence in nurturing and training girls to become tomorrow's leaders through mentorship, leadership development programs, and educational initiatives.
Additionally, we extend our efforts to support and uplift orphaned girls around the world, providing them with essential care, education, and opportunities for a brighter future. With our comprehensive programs and collaborative partnerships, we aim to create a lasting impact, foster gender equality, and empower women and girls to reach their full potential.
We held a Grand Iftar to raise more awareness about the organization. We hosted over one hundred patrons in Texas.
We launched the first annual summit for Girl in 2016. Three hundred girls were impacted at the summit. This was held in Texas.
The second edition of the Annual Girls Summit was held in Dallas’s Texas. This year we attracted fity(50) more girls, raising our number of attendees to three hundred and fifty(350).
We launched our Leadership Academy in 2018. this was also followed by the third edition of the Annual Leadership Summit held in Kenya. We also purchased land for the construction of the Sakina Home for Girls and we hosted the Change Makers Award.
This year saw the second Edition of the Leadership Academy, the fourth 4th Annual Leadership Summit and completed the documentation for the purchase of lands for the Sakina Home for Girls. We also hosted the Change Makers Award.
The third edition of the Leadership Academy was held. Followed by the 5th annual leadership summit. We also launched the Ruby Campaign in our bid to fight period poverty in Africa and we also kickstarted the construction of the Sakina Home for Girls and Educational Centre.
We held the sixth Annual Leadership summit for girls. We also officially opened the Sakinah Home for Girls and Educational Centre in Kenya. The Leadership Academy for Girls also saw its fourth year. Our much anticipated OGAT Podcast was also launched alongside initiatives like Muslim Girls Code, Red Campaign and Iqra.
For seven years running, the Annual Leadership Summit for Girls was held. We gave birth to the idea of the Afri Girl Conference. We also held a Summer camp for Girls. We continued to run Sakina Home for Girls and all our other initiatives.
We rebranded from Muslimahs for Change Foundation to M4C Foundation. We held the first edition of the Afri Girl Conference in Accra Ghana. The Conference welcomed over 800 participants at the UNiversity of Ghana. We also held a Fundraising Dinner with Imam Suraj Wahhaj in Dallas towards the construction of the New Sakina Home for Girls and Educational Centre. We distributed over 5000 sanitary pads and school supplies as part of our Ruby campaign and Iqra Program.